Durban – The aunt of Durban woman, Natasha Conabeer who died in ICU yesterday says doctors found a large amount of paracetamol in her niece’s system.
An unconscious Conabeer was dumped outside her home in Inanda, north of Durban over the weekend, nearly three weeks after she went missing.
NOW READ: Natasha Conabeer, what we know so far
Her aunt, Nosipho Goba says Conabeer’s mother was woken up by a noise near the door just after midnight on Sunday.
“She thought that it was dogs. They usually stay there in front of the door. She decided to go out and check and found her lying there.”
Goba says they could only see one bruise on her niece’s arm and another on one of her knees.
She says they rushed her to hospital.
#NatashaConabeer Her aunty, Nosipho Goba describes how #Natasha was found. She says her mom heard scratching on the door of her #Inanda home and went to investigate thinking it may be a dog, she found #NatashaConabeer unconscious. @ECR_Newswatch @ecr9495 pic.twitter.com/OtmFADLqgQ
— Nushera Raisa Soodyal (@nushera) September 10, 2019
Police are awaiting post-mortem results to determine what caused her death.
The circumstances around her disappearance remain a mystery.